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Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table ahead of 2020/21 season start

A Supercomputer has predicted the final Premier League table of the 2020/21 season.

Each of the 20 clubs have been ranked and rated on their chances of winning the title, qualifying for the Champions League and being relegated, which has offered up a prediction of total points.

Liverpool and Manchester City are unsurprisingly tipped to finish inside the top two, with more than one of the newly-promoted sides backed to slipped back down to the Championship.

In addition, north London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal are both set to miss out on the top four, with Chelsea and Manchester United finishing in the same positions as last season.

Pep Guardiola and Manchester City have been tipped to win the 2020/21 Premier League title
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FiveThirtyEight have published the table ahead of the season opening clash between Arsenal and Fulham at Craven Cottage, and City are set to win the table by a comfortable eight points.

Liverpool are second with 80 points on the board, and are followed by United and Chelsea on 71 and 69 respectively. Next up are Tottenham and Leicester, with 57 points each.

Following the Foxes in seventh are Arsenal, with Wolves, Everton and Southampton making up the top ten. West Ham are 11th ahead of Burnley, Sheffield United and Brighton, with Crystal Palace and Aston Villa also comfortable.

That leaves Newcastle narrowing staying up on goal difference ahead of Fulham and Leeds, with West Brom rock bottom.

Liverpool have been tipped to slip down to second place in the Premier League
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